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|Holy Ghostly / Fourteen Hundred Thousand|
|By Sam Shepard|
|Thursday Jan 21, 2010 @ 7PM
Friday Jan 22, 2010 @ 7PM
Monday Jan 25, 2010 @ 7PM
Tuesday Jan 26, 2010 @ 7PM
|General Admission $18|
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show thru SmartTix:
|The show is built up of two of Shepard's one act plays. The first act is Holy Ghostly.
Set in the American Badlands, a dying man tries to reconnect with his long lost son.
Act two is Fourteen Hundred Thousand Fourteen Hundred Thousand describes the efforts of a husband and wife to build a bookshelf. The husband maintains that books, once read, may as well be discarded; the wife is passionately attached to her collection. The fundamental instability of both the bookshelf and their relationship presumably comments on how experience and communities are intertwined.
|Producer: Michael Horn||Director: Sally Burtenshaw-Marlowe|
|Stage Manager: Sarah Culp||Light Design: Joan Racho-Jansen|
|David Elyha*||Ann Van Gieson||Goran Ivanovski||Edward Gregory Jones*||Kristen Lucas|
|Eileen Marlowe||Craig Newman||Mary Ramsey||Tim Swain|
|* Appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association|